“I mean, it is defamation.”
Facebook’s new battery-powered Portal is portable and intended for your boss AND your grandparents.
The way we talk on the internet is broken, but users are not the ones who broke it — tech companies did that, and they did it for profit.
When I die, turn me into one of Chefclub's horrible recipes. I beg of you.
Lawsuits, mountains of unsold leggings, and families drowning in debt: the tumultuous story behind a multilevel marketing brand that promised millennial women a pathway to financial freedom.
In the chaos of the 2016 election, Chris Cox forged a political machine out of an unlikely demographic — one that helped Trump reach the White House and is determined to keep him there.
Private Facebook groups have been a respite from online toxicity, even as the social media giant continues to suck at combating misinformation and abuse.
I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler than I expected.
The reality of Silicon Valley is that it’s commerce by any means necessary. And the reality of Sandberg is that she’s excellent at it.
In the age of the viral doggo, shelters and rescue organizations are recognizing the need to hop aboard the meme train — or risk getting left behind.
The Real Facebook Oversight Board wants content moderation, and it wants it now. What happens when journalists are targeted?
As the courts decide whether Indians have a "right to privacy," the real battle rages on in living rooms and principal's offices.
My real friends will know what I'm talking about.
Keeping tabs on him via social media became a form of self-inflicted torture that I just couldn't quit.
The internet is IRL. It always has been.
My mom died before Facebook was invented. Sometimes I wonder if mourning her would've been easier if it had been around.
Social media has given us a strange new response to tragedy — the feeling that we must post something about it.
People who operate on the fringes of Instagram’s community guidelines say they’ve resorted to desperate measures after losing their accounts, turning to dealers who say they have a back door to the platform.
At hospitals with more "likes" on Facebook, heart attack patients are less likely to die.
Big Tech Thought It Had A Billion Users In The Bag. Now It Might Be Forced To Make Hard Choices To Get Them.
Long viewed as the world’s biggest market for “the next billion users,” India is fast becoming Silicon Valley’s biggest headache.
The problem is, work sucks.
Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for inciting the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol.
“Two years for a coup, not bad,” one Facebook employee wrote sarcastically in an internal post.
Amid Israeli–Palestinian Violence, Facebook Employees Are Accusing Their Company Of Bias Against Arabs And Muslims
As Facebook contends with internal allegations of censorship, unequal enforcement, and pro-Israel bias, employees are worried it is once again bungling a politically charged issue with potential for violence.
Facebook Is Resuming Political Contributions — But Not To Lawmakers Who Voted Against Certifying The US Election
"As a result of our review, the FBPAC Board has decided to resume contributions, but not to any members of Congress who voted against certifying the 2020 election following the events at the Capitol on January 6."
We’re so used to putting our entire lives online, but what if we just…didn’t?
The photo-sharing app mistakenly removed content about the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the site of clashes between Israeli police forces and Palestinian worshippers, after associating the site with terrorism.
As thousands of people die each day, the Modi government is cracking down on people criticizing it online.
“Starbucks is in the process of evaluating their organic presence on FB, and whether they should continue to have a presence on the platform at all.”
The oversight board upheld Facebook’s decision to ban the former president but said the company must review the suspension in six months.